For many years before we started the tea shop, we, Kirsten and Niels, were already addicted to drinking quality loose leaf tea. Halfway through 2013, our idea to start our own tea shop slowly started to take shape. We were of the opinion that Amsterdam needed a tea shop where quality and expertise are of paramount importance. With an eye to the added value for local residents. Which worked! The majority of our clientele still consists of Amsterdammers.
Our range of teas has grown in recent years to a collection of more than 200 types.
The Team: Kirsten and Niels
100% natural tea from Tea shop Het Kleinste Huis
Quality is always our top priority! Due to the size of our store, our stocks of tea are continuously replenished. As a result, we always supply fresh tea of the best quality.
All our teas contain 100% natural ingredients. None of our teas contain artificial fragrances, colors or flavors.
Is your desired tea not listed? No problem, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look for your favorite tea!
Extensive collection of tea accessories
Sustainable tea packaging
One of the advantages of a physical tea shop is that you can experience, taste and smell the teas in real life. In addition, we can measure tea to the desired amount. You are never really stuck with too much tea. Many of our regular customers even bring their own storage can. In this way we also save on packaging and the environment.
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An overview of our tea shop
Curious about our tea shop? View a number of atmospheric images from our store below.
LOCATION TEA SHOP
Tea shop Het Kleinste Huis is located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Oude Hoogstraat, number 22, right next to the gate of the Walenkerk and the Oost Indisch Huis. Our tea shop is easily accessible by both public transport and car. (Note! The front of our tea shop is only 2.02 meters wide. Before you know it, you've already passed our shop.)
By public transport
Het Kleinste Huis is easily accessible by public transport via metro lines 51, 53 and 54, stop Nieuwmarkt, exit Nieuwe Hoogstraat. Then walk, via the Nieuw Hoogstraat to the Oude Hoogstraat, in the direction of Dam Square. We are on the left side of the street.
Are you coming from Dam Square via tram line 4? Then walk into Damstraat, then Oude Doelenstraat in the direction of Oude Hoogstraat. The Smallest House is located on the right side of the street. Right next to the Kok antiquarian bookshop.
Would you rather come by car? That is also possible. Although parking in the Oude Hoogstraat is not possible, there are several parking garages within walking distance. The easiest car park to reach by car is Q-Park Waterlooplein.
If you have parked the car under the Waterlooplein, you can walk from Jodenbreestraat to Sint Antoniesbreestraat within 8 minutes. Then turn left into Nieuwe Hoogstraat. Then cross the Klovierniersburgwal in the direction of Dam Square. In the Oude Hoogstraat we are on the left, next to the East Indies House and the gate to the Walloon church.
Want to park even closer? Then park your car at Parkeerkeergarage Rokin. Via Damstraat you can walk to our tea shop in Oude Hoogstraat within 5 minutes. We are on the right side, right next to the Kok antiquarian bookshop.
Do you have a question about Tea Shop Het Kleinste Huis?
We are open from Monday to Saturday from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. We are also open on some Sundays. For more information, see current opening hours.
Yes, you can. When ordering, indicate that you want to pick up your ordered items in our tea shop. Do you want to pick it up the same day? That is also possible, mention this with your order.
We have put a large part of our teas online, but unfortunately not everything is on it yet. We are working hard to keep our online catalog as up-to-date as possible.
Do you still want to order a tea that is not in the online catalog? Then send an email to email@example.com.
No, The Smallest House in Amsterdam is not a museum and can therefore not be visited as such.
Would you like to see the inside of the house and know more about its history? Then book a tea package in one of our tea rooms.
Unfortunately, the Smallest House in Amsterdam comes from a time when people with disabilities were not taken into account. Our front door is only 65 centimeters wide. In most cases not wide enough for a wheelchair or walker.
There are no parking options in front of us. The Oude Hoogstraat is only accessible on weekdays by car or van for loading and unloading from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.